Facial Hair Takes Work

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Facial Hair Takes Work

WANTED: For looking too good!

WANTED: For looking too good!

WANTED: For looking too good!

WANTED: For looking too good!

Brant Nelson, staff writer

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We have very many fun contests throughout the year; however, the most many is No Shave November. Many students participate in this activity to see who can grow the best facial hair without shaving. Kids needing a head start on the November contest are already starting to grow in their scruff.

We have a few students and teachers in High School with some amazing facial hair. This is what they say about it.

MAN CHILD: Sixteen years old, but Gabe Nield can pass as a man with a family of five with his thick, lustrous goatee.

Gabe Nield: “It’s really nice to have my beard and mustache because now I can look like I’m 18 instead of 16. Also, it’s really nice because it keeps my face warm. Lady’s love it”!

Mr. Winston Patterson: “ I have been growing my beard since April this summer, and it has grown about a half inch every month. I use beard shampoo, beard oil and lots of wax to make my beard look as great as it does. I use a comb that is special and makes sure there is no static in my beard so it’s not puffy. It has taken a lot of research to keep my beard as soft as it is and in great shape!

What do the girls have to say about men and their hairy faces? They generally feel it looks good on dads, mostly because it shows they’re older and like being a father, It’s typical for a dad with a big gut and a beard; however, on kids they all said that we grow terrible facial hair and just look disgusting!

There are pros and cons to growing facial hair.

The pros: When you are young and have facial hair, it makes you look more manly or in other words, older than you really are. Also, it can keep your face warm so you don’t have to worry about covering it up. In addition, you don’t have to shave, so you can use your time in the morning to sleep.

The cons: You have to keep it under control and trimmed so it doesn’t look nasty. You also have to make sure food doesn’t get it. We all know how nasty that looks.

LET IT GROW: Mr. Jenkins has typically kept his bear trimmed but no more. ” I’m growing my beard out until the end of the school year before I shave it,” said Jenkins.

Ask yourself, men. Knowing what girls think of your beard, do you save it or shave it?

 

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